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The risk manager may condition the issuance of a special event permit by imposing reasonable requirements concerning the time, place and manner of the event, and such requirements as are necessary to protect the safety of persons and property, and the control of traffic; provided such conditions shall not unreasonably restrict the right of free speech. Such restrictions may include but are not limited to:

A. Alteration of the date, time, route or location of the event proposed on the event application;

B. Elimination of an activity which cannot be mitigated to a point as to ensure public safety and welfare, or which causes undue liability to the city;

C. Conditions concerning the area of assembly and disbanding of a parade or other events occurring along a route;

D. Conditions concerning the accommodation of pedestrian or vehicular traffic, including restricting the event to only a portion of a street or right-of-way transversed;

E. Requirements for the use of traffic cones or barricades;

F. Requirements for the use of city personnel and equipment;

G. Requirements for the provision of first aid or sanitary facilities;

H. Requirements for the use of event monitors and providing notice of permit conditions to event participants;

I. Requirements to provide notice to surrounding property owners;

J. Restrictions on the number and type of vehicles, animals or structures at the event, and inspection and approval of floats, structures and decorated vehicles for fire safety;

K. Compliance with animal protection ordinances and laws;

L. Requirement for the use of garbage containers, cleanup and restoration of city property;

M. Restrictions on the use of amplified sound and compliance with noise ordinances, regulations and laws;

N. Compliance with any relevant ordinance or law and obtaining any legally required permit or license;

O. Any other restriction or requirement deemed necessary to ensure public safety and well-being;

P. Restrictions on the sale and/or consumption of alcohol. (Ord. 1198, 2000)